Sarah Sailer’s, A Thrifty Good Life Wins Benjamin Franklin Award
Updated: Apr 5, 2020
TOP LEFT: What If? Publishing's Robin Shukle and Liz Mrofka with author Sarah Sailer and her daughter Emma Sailer, at the IBPA Awards. TOP RIGHT: Sarah and Emma. BOTTOM LEFT: Sarah's book along with all the other winners. BOTTOM RIGHT: Author Sarah Sailer and Publisher, Liz Mrofka taking their picture in the winner's booth.
For nearly 30 years, the Independent Book Publisher’s Association’s Benjamin Franklin Awards™ have been regarded as one of the highest national honors for small and independent publishers. Becoming a Benjamin Franklin Award finalist showcases a publisher’s commitment to professional standards and high-quality book content and production.
For the 29th year of the Benjamin Franklin Awards there were close to 1,400 entries, and three or four finalists were named in each of fifty-five categories for a total of 169 finalists.
What If? Publishing entered author Sarah Sailer’s book, A Thrifty Good Life and was awarded a Silver Benjamin Franklin Award in the Home & Garden category.
We are so proud of Sarah and the story and information she shares in her book.